Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Tracey L Aldrich, Jul 4, 2022.
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Most are melt (about $20 oz. today) with the Mercury dimes possibly having a premium, but low in those conditions.
I agree that they are not worth much more than the silver spot price for them.
Here is a site I find very helpful to quickly determine the silver value/content of a handful of coins like that.
Oh, but we'd definitely need to see the other side of the Peace Dollar to confirm if it's worth more than spot price or not.
Her grandmother’s coins. You know, Corgis are smart dogs. Grandmas, Gmas
Silver is good, in any shape and condition but with coins, the better the condition the better the pricing.
Yes, me like junk silver!
My suggestion is to give each coin a simple over night soak in acetone to remove any lingering surface contaminates. Then put each coin in a 2X2 flip neatly labeled with the year, mint mark (if any) and most importantly include your grandmothers full name with title and store them properly for future generations. This will make the coins priceless.
Separate names with a comma.